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The David W. Niven Collection of Early Jazz Legends, 1921-1991

David W. Niven

650 tapes · 1,000 hours · 1,378 WAV files · 637 GB · 691 JPEG scans of cassette liner cards & literature. Meticulously Collected, Compiled, and Narrated by David W. Niven, 1930-1993. Generously Donated by David W. Niven to the Foxborough High School Jazz Program, Stephen C. Massey, Director, 2010. Archived to CD-Quality Digital Audio by Kevin J. Powers, 2010-2011.

An Early Jazz Recording Collection by David W. Niven



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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Roy Eldridge, from the era of 1957-1959. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lester Young, from the era of 1939-1941. Tape 3A. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Stan Getz, from the era of 1964-1975. Tape 9. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1939-1940. Tape 8. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1952-1954. Tape 19. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Clifford Brown, from the era of 1955. Tape 9. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Buck Clayton, from the era of 1942-1950. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1967. Tape 35. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Jack Teagarden, from the era of 1930-1934. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lionel Hampton, from the era of 1930-1937. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Bud Powell, from the era of 1957-1958. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Benny Goodman, from the era of June 6, 1935 Thesaurus Recordings. Tape 7. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1945-1946. Tape 12. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1940-1943. Tape 9. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Sidney Bechet, from the era of 1947-1950. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1930. Tape 7. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1945. Tape 34. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1958. Tape 69. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1929-1930. Tape 6. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1925-1927. Tape 2. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1938-1939. Tape 7. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1943-1944. Tape 10. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1957-1959. Tape 12. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1928-1931. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1945. Tape 11. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1938. Tape 6. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1946. Tape 13. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1963-1964. Tape 31. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1961. Tape 81. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1940. Tape 23. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1963. Tape 89. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Billie Holiday, from the era of 1955-1959. Tape 8. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Billie Holiday, from the era of 1944-1951. Tape 6. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Oscar Peterson, from the era of 1945-1952. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Frank Sinatra, from the era of 1979. Tape 8. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1928-1929. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1951-1952. Tape 18. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Ben Webster, from the era of 1941-1946. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Joe Pass, from the era of 1982-1983. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Dodds, from the era of 1923-1925. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
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From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lester Young, from the era of 1949-1953. Tape 5A. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lionel Hampton, from the era of 1938-1939. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Oscar Peterson, from the era of 1961-1962. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Red Norvo, from the era of 1950-1952. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Red Norvo, from the era of 1952-1957. Tape 6. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1956-1957. Tape 10. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Art Tatum, from the era of 1950-1954. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Tommy Ladnier, from the era of 1923-1938. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lester Young, from the era of 1942-1944. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1946-1947. Tape 14. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1937-1938. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1928. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1946. Tape 41. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Clifford Brown, from the era of 1954. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Benny Carter, from the era of 1955-1958. Tape 9. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Louis Armstrong, from the era of 1925-1926. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1933-1934. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Coleman Hawkins, from the era of 1931-1933. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist James P. Johnson, from the era of 1921-1944. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1948-1949. Tape 47A. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1932-1935. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Johnny Hodges, from the era of 1929-1932. Tape 2. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lester Young, from the era of 1938-1939. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Frank Trumbauer, from the era of 1929-1936. Tape 4. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Gene Schroeder, from the era of 1944. Tape 2. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra In Concert At The Pleyel Paris 1958. Tape X6. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Lawrence Brown, from the era of 1938-1940. Tape 3. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Teddy Wilson, from the era of 1938. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Jack Teagarden, from the era of 1954-1957. Tape 10. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Jimmie Noone, from the era of 1923-1944. Tape 1. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Oscar Peterson, from the era of 1952-1954. Tape 1A. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1956. Tape 59. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1930-1932. Tape 8. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette,...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Duke Ellington, from the era of 1959. Tape 76. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Fats Waller, from the era of 1937-1939. Tape 5. Recorded with a TEAC AD-500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern SoundBlaster sound card, and the audio recording program GoldWave. Each cassette was recorded to a single WAV-format file at 44100 kHz, 16-bit quality, to match the quality of CD-audio. Each resulting WAV file was split at the division between Side A and Side B of the cassette, in...